Andrew does a masterly job getting back in everybody's good books, even Lynn although that costs indefinite slave chores, but it's just the push Rebecca needed to put in a good word for him... See full summary »

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Andrew does a masterly job getting back in everybody's good books, even Lynn although that costs indefinite slave chores, but it's just the push Rebecca needed to put in a good word for him with Paul about letting him stay. Nick makes good impression on Donna 'kelly' and 'boy-friend' Zeke at the staff lunch, but after seeing her married presumed dad kiss another woman, she refuses to continue her truth quest. Written by KGF Vissers

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"How would you feel if he was lying to you about who he was?"
1 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Feels a bit like we've regressed back to lesser matters.Donna's quest for her father is a bit squeezed out and seems to depend on non-sequiturs as she suddenly announces that Nick is cheating on a wife that neither she nor we have ever met.Zeke makes a good foil to her throughout all this, trying to point out that she's completely insane.

The rest of the episode is taken up with Andrew's attempts to prove he's turned over a new leaf.Harry is nicely cynical about his efforts despite their friendship and seems unhappy about the closeness between Andrew and Summer, apparently convinced they're about to become an item. Rebecca displays her usual schizophrenic attitude towards Andrew, starting off not trusting him an inch then pleading his case to Paul by the end of the episode.There's some nice scenes with the youngsters as Andrew takes on the role of assistant football coach and Libby and Rebecca's little scene together demonstrates reason on both their parts.


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